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    Pashinyan: I do not want to take into account the Ukrainian  experience, because this is another story altogether.
    Apr26

    Pashinyan: I do not want to take into account the Ukrainian  experience, because this is another story altogether.

    ArmInfo. Leader of the “Make a step” movement, opposition MP Nikol Pashinyan told the details of his meeting with the Russian Ambassador to Armenia Ivan Volynkin. Answering the question of RBC, who initiated this meeting, and what main topics were discussed, in particular, he said: “I initiated this meeting, we discussed the...

    Armenia’s ‘Velvet Revolution’ Prompts Comparisons With Ukraine, Georgia
    Apr26

    Armenia’s ‘Velvet Revolution’ Prompts Comparisons With Ukraine, Georgia

    Armenia’s acting prime minister said the country will hold new elections if all parties agree, prompting celebrations in the streets of Yerevan. Protests have been building for two weeks over an alleged power grab by former Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan, who resigned Monday. As Henry Ridgwell reports, inevitable comparisons are being made...

    Ukraine, Belarus Mark 32nd Anniversary Of Chernobyl Disaster
    Apr26

    Ukraine, Belarus Mark 32nd Anniversary Of Chernobyl Disaster

    Ukraine is marking the 32nd anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster on April 26 with a memorial service and a series of events in remembrance of the world’s worst-ever civilian nuclear accident. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Forecast: No changes are expected in Armenia`s foreign policy with  coming of Pashinyan
    Apr26

    Forecast: No changes are expected in Armenia`s foreign policy with  coming of Pashinyan

    ArmInfo. No changes are expected in Armenian foreign policy with comming of Nikol Pashinyan. First of all, due to the fact that the peculiarities of the Armenian foreign policy completely exclude the possibility of its dictation by personal positions of anyone. The director of the Caucasus Institute, Alexander Iskandaryan, expressed such opinion...

    Haunted Hallways: Chernobyl Engineers Revisit The Doomed Reactor
    Apr26

    Haunted Hallways: Chernobyl Engineers Revisit The Doomed Reactor

    April 26 marks 32 years since the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine. Three former Chernobyl engineers returned to their workplace in 2016, accompanied by RFE/RL journalists. For Arcadia Uskova and Oleksiy Breusa, it was not their first visit back. For Oleksandr Cheranov, however, the visit marked the first time he had stood...

    Chernobyl: What happened and why?
    Apr26

    Chernobyl: What happened and why?

    Thirty-two years after the explosions at the Ukrainian nuclear power plant, we revisit the disaster and its legacy. …read more Source: AL...

    Too Many Foreign Policy Double Standards Hurt U.S. Credibility
    Apr26

    Too Many Foreign Policy Double Standards Hurt U.S. Credibility

    American leaders like to portray the United States as an exemplar of ethical conduct in the international system. The reality is far different, and it has been for decades. Throughout the Cold War, the United States embraced extremely repressive rulers, including the Shah of Iran, Nicaragua’s Somoza family, Taiwan’s Chiang Kai-shek,...

    The Cinderella Spitzenkandidaten
    Apr26

    The Cinderella Spitzenkandidaten

    For some European politicians, the runway to a campaign for European Commission president is clear. Others might need a bit of help from a fairy godmother. The mix of qualities and qualifications needed to become a viable candidate for the EU’s top job is far more complex than in a national election. Support on the European Council,...

    What playing Russian poker taught me about Putin
    Apr26

    What playing Russian poker taught me about Putin

    MINSK — The Western media often likens Vladimir Putin’s governing style of brinkmanship, covert aggression and blatant deceit to those of a brilliant poker player. The poker-faced Russian president rarely shows his hand, enjoys bluffing his more powerful opponents and doesn’t hesitate to go all-in when he senses an opening. He’s...

    Anti-president rally takes place in Ukrainian capital
    Apr26

    Anti-president rally takes place in Ukrainian capital

    Ukrainians have staged yet another rally against President Petro Poroshenko. The protesters gathered in Kiev downtown to denounce what they call the state corruption. …read more Source:...